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plus...a jam packed day on the campaign trail with less then two months before the election. what president obama thinks of the trump campaign. but first -- breaking news just into our newsroom -- the man accused of trying to kill donald trump in las vegas plead guilty. that's according to the u-s at sandford entered a guilty plea to being an illegal alien in possession of a firearm and disrupting a government business. he could now face deportation--- back to the u-k or prison time. for the first time... we're gettting a look inside walter johnson junior high... where the toxic spill started. chopper 13 fast and first over the school today. 13 action news reporter parker collins walks us through the cleanup. 20:48:55-20:49:30 were finally getting a look at where this
see behind me where they pulled up those floor boards from the gym this is as close as they're letting us get because there's still work to be done if you do a 180 you can see they've pulled up carpeting where closed and a lot of cleaning the school is back open they've not only pulled up some flooring they've replaced all the a.c.filters in the school to make this day happen but so many prior i'm speaking to including students and parents are nervous and excited. take sot jose volonte, parent 19:47:28-19:47:35 "if this is whatt like, i don't want my son in this school district. it's going to get to the point where i might not want to do it but i might have to do home schooling." butt to derek volonte, student 19:49:18-19:49:26 are you still worried to go back to school? um a little bit. a little bit. why, what do you think is going near buffalo and alta parker collins 13 action news. we're on top of two major
wind advisory and a red flag warning! 13 first alert meteorologist karla huelga is tracking the latest. a large storm system is pushing through the area and will continue to bring gusty conditions this afternoon/evening with gusts to about 35-40 mph. a wind advisory remains in effect through 8 pm tonight. tomorrow we will see another day with highs in the upper 80s, but the will be much lighter. thursday the system will have moved on and we will start a slow warm up. expect a highs in the low 90s thursday, lowt friday, and mid 90s over the weekend with lots of sunshine. afternoon highs will top out in the mid and upper 90s to start off our next workweek. however, the winds will pick up on tuesday as another system passes mostly to our north.
of a semi truck is in police custody after leading them on an hours-long chase! these are aerial images recorded just minutes ago. it all unfolded on the 15 in california. the company name on the truck reads "act enviro" -- it's a company that transfers hazardous materials. the truck was stolen. a home goes up in flames overnight and investigators blame. it happened near the 95 and stewart. chopper 13 fast and first over the scene-- giving you another look at that damage to the backyard-- that is where crews say the fire started-- but you can also see some damage to the roof-- that fire did spread to parts of the home. neighbors told fire officials they've seen squatters going in and out all the time. damage is estimated at 75 thousand dollars. no one was hurt. chopper 13 also fast and first over this collapsed roof.
to find out what happened. a worker there told us that the roof collapsed about three weeks ago and no one was hurt. on action news live at 3-30 marissa kynaston speaks with people who worked there and finds out why the collapse happened. a gunman is on the run right now after shooting a man near torrey pines and charleston. metro says around 10-30 last night they got calls about a man who was shot. when officers arrived, they fod of a stairway. he'd been shot in the leg, and had other blunt force injuries. the victim was taken to the hospital. they believe he will survive. three phoenix police officers are recovering right now after a drunk driver ran them over...and they think it may have been intentional. detectives say a driver drove through a group of officers.....before hitting a patrol car, then the front of the store. two of those officers are expected to be ok. a third officer had some minor injuries when trying to arrest the suspect.
hospital in serious condition. in your voice your vote political coverage. president barack obama made his first solo campaign appearance of the year today, in support of hillary clinton. he took some time to go after the trump campaign.. this isn't abraham lincoln's republican party. this isn't even the vision of freedom that ronald reagan talked about. this is a dark, pessimistic vision of a country where we turn against each other coming up on action news live at 3-30 we're also taking a where the gop stands...and what trump is saying about former kkk leader endorsing him. just into our newsroom -- unlv athletics just received largest single gift in department's history the fertitta family has pledged $10 million toward the construction of a state-of-the-art football
fertitta football complex. this is a look at the rendering, it's a question many have asked -- what happens if the presidential candidate can't make to election day? it's especially relevant now that hillary clinton was diagnosed with pneumonia. we'll have the answer --
next. and -- two men are behind bars facing several charges...and you won't believe how authorities tracked them down! remember chopper 13 is bringing you breaking news fast and
in kuwait for 10 months decided to come home unannounced. the kids were citing the pledge of allegiance when sergeant jason chin came out. the two then recited the pledge together. the man's wife got a surprise too! 1:04 seeimg him smile after so long... sacrafic family makes... ) butt to 1:14 i was surpised ... huge surprise no idea... this was the sergeant's second
and his sister were born. hillary clinton getting sick is reminding us again that she - and donald trump - are the two oldest nominees ever running against each other. and that begs the question: what happens if a nominee can't make it to election day? scipps national political correspondent mike sacks looks into it. mike vo clinton vid: this jarring video made the rounds on sunday -- a wobbly hillary clinton struggling to get into her car after leaving the 9/11 candidate for pneumonia mike vo clinton chelsea apartment: she's feeling better and will return to the campaign trail later this week. after all, pneumonia isn't what it used to be. mike vo gfx: president william henry harrison was the same age as clinton is now when died from pneumonia just 32 days after he took office in 1841. mike vo gfx: that set the precedent for vps becoming president, and the 25th amendment codified it in 1967. second-placers bernie sanders and ted cruz sub in? the situation has never happened, but the parties have us covered...kinda. the 168 members of the
and the 300-plus members of the democratic national committee have the power to vote on a new nominee, and the rnc's rules even let it call a whole new convention. in other words, all bets are off. mike on cam: clinton now says she will release more records soon, and trump's promising to give us the details from his physical last week. mike vo gfx: and the two oldest candidates to run against each other in american history do have a few role models: ronald reagan was 69 in 1980, and 73 when he won reelection in 1984. bob dole was 73 when he ran they released their records -- and john mccain, who was 72 in 2008, set a new standard with 1200 pages detailing his fight with skin cancer. mike on cam: we'll see soon enough if trump and clinton will follow through as well. for the now, i'm mike sacks. this is written to come out of clinton trump health records-vo. please adjust lead accordingly if they don't run together! suggested super: what happens if presidential candidate gets conversation about drugs and tracks down the pair...but wait
five in the last 24 hours. on this incredible time lapse you can see the eye of the storm from a satellite. meranti is bringing with it winds in excess of 150 mph and the possibility of deadly flash floods and devastating mudslides. here at home we are under a wind advisory! let's go to 13 first alert meteorologist karla huelga! a large storm system is pushing through the area and will conditions this afternoon/evening with gusts to about 35-40 mph. a wind advisory remains in effect through 8 pm tonight. tomorrow we will see another day with highs in the upper 80s, but the will be much lighter. thursday the system will have moved on and we will start a slow warm up. expect a highs in the low 90s thursday, low to mid 90s friday, and mid 90s over the weekend with lots of sunshine.
the mid and upper 90s to start off our next workweek. however, the winds will pick up on tuesday as another system passes mostly to our north. will see another day with highs in the upper 80s, but the will expect a highs in the low 90s thursday, low to mid 90s weekend with lots of sunshine. afternoon highs will top out in the mid and upper 90s to start off our next workweek. however, the winds will pick up on tuesday as another system passes mostly to our north. will see another day with highs
lighter. thursday the system will have moved on and we will start a slow warm up. expect a highs in the low 90s thursday, low to mid 90s friday, and mid 90s over the weekend with lots of sunshine. afternoon highs will top out in the mid and upper 90s to start off our next workweek. however, the winds will pick up on tuesday as another system passes mostly to our north. iphone fans want the new model according to t-mobile and sprint....the 7 and 7 plus pre-sales are through the roof! both carriers say pre-orders are up nearly four times from the previous two models, the iphone 6 and iphone 6s. sprint says pre-orders are up more than 3-hundred-75 percent in the first three pre-sale days, compared to last year. scandal - v wells fargo is getting rid of its sales goals for retail
recent sales scandal. you may recall -- last week wells fargo agreed to pay a 185 million dollar fine and refund five million dollars in fees wrongly charged to customers. employees said they were under pressure to meet "unrealistic" goals or lose their jobs. this afternoon -- we're hearing from the mother of the 6 year old boy now recovering after a samsung phone burst into flames while he was holding it. the mom says the little boy was watching a video on his gr when suddenly the battery exploded. marsha lewis / mother :26-:35 "at first the phone caught on fire, then the battery exploded. so he threw it on the floor and it just was like fireworks in the house." the little boy was taken to the hospital with second degree burns. he's now recovering at home. samsung says they are working with the family on the incident. coming up later in this newscast -- what samsung is now
to 9-1-1 leads to a drug bust in kentucky. police arrested gregory collins and justin cruse, after one of the men apparently called 9-1-1 by accident. the dispatcher apparently overheard a conversation about drugs. officials pinged the phone, finding collins near a gas station that's where they arrested collins ( lt. jake reed / berea police department ) "the dispatcher was able to hear some people talking on the phone, and they were talking about some drugs." ( reporter ) "did you type of conversation about drugs or drug activity?" ( justin cruse / suspect ) "no, sir. i sure did not." both men are facing a host of charges raging from possession of meth and heroin to possession of a handgun by a convicted felon. a retired fertility doctor from indiana could face some serious charges-- after some of his patients say the man used his own sperm to help them get pregnant. the 77 year old told the women he was using sperm donated from medical students, but according to court records he used his
prosecutors believe he did that about 50 times! now his "children" are demanding answers. ('carrie', donor child) "i want to know every sibling that i have. i don't think that is ever going to be a possibility." (donor child) "i just want validation i want to find out as much truth as i can but i know deep down that we will never ever know the complete truth as to how many siblings we have." the doctor has denied the allegations- but prosecutors say the d-n-a evidence proves a new study in the journal of pediatrics.. is finding that as youth soccer is getting more and more popular in the u-s... the number of kids getting hurt is also rising. the report found the annual injury rate increased by 11-percent from 19-90 to 20-14. older players, ages 12 to 17 are most likely to get hurt... with strains or sprains as the
for oprah? you can -- we'll explain -- next. then -- new details emerging after dozens of samsung phones caught fire and even exploded! how the company is responding while critics are slamming their actions and call samsung irresponsible. you're watching 13 action news, where you get breaking news fast and first. stay with us.
will take over duties during the company's search for a new chief executive. weight watchers has been on a downward spiral in 20-16. its recent struggles have largely been attributed to competition with nutrisystem and free services aimed at helping people manage their weight. new at 3 -- we are getting brand new details on how samsung is responding after reports of batteries exploding in the company's galaxy note 7 phones. the company says its working on
new software update. but as lauren lyster reports -- no official recall yet. reporter intro: reports out of south korea are also saying samsung is planning to issue a software update that will prevent the phones from overheating. in response to that, a samsung spokerson here in the u-s says the company is working with u-s consumer regulators and no action will be taken without their approval. sot - nathan dornacher / samsung phone owner: "the last thing i would have thought a new device could burn down my nightstand... "i call it exploding because this did shoot pieces of whatever was inside the phone out" and fueling worries it could ignite on a jet as we've nat. on a plane warning to power down now -- consumer advocates government- sanctioned recall of the phone. sot pamela gilbert//former cpsc official: they are very dangerous//this was just not the way the process is supposed to work samsung has issued its own recall but watchdogs say without a u-s agency doing it with them, consumers are still in danger.
have an official recall - it's not illegal to sell one of these samsung phones and the replace it. the consumer product safety commission says it will be "independently evaluating the new battery to ensure the consumer will not be harmed." the consumer product safety commission says it will be "independently evaluating the new battery to ensure the consumer will not be harmed." the south korean electronics company also says it is working with the cpsc to expedt no word on when that will happen. tag: in the meantime, people with the galaxy note 7 are lauren lyster abc news los angeles. right now we are working on all-new stories for 13 action news live at 3-30... including chopper 13 fast and first over this collapse...we dig for answers as to how long it's been like this and why it collapsed. plus -- the clock is ticking... just eight weeks to go until america votes. today -- the campaigns are
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what it means and when it will all expire. but first.. chopper 13.. fast and first over this massive roof collapse earlier today. we rushed a crew to 'reliable auto sales' near sahara and eastern to find out what happened. a worker there told us the roof collapsed about 3 weeks ago on a windy day. we're told this building was vacant.. they don't use it... and no one was hurt. the company's insurance is now figuring out what will happen to theb warning. let's turn to 13 first alert meteorologist karla huelga with what it all means for us. a large storm system is pushing through the area and will continue to bring gusty conditions this afternoon/evening with gusts to about 35-40 mph. a wind advisory remains in effect through 8 pm tonight. tomorrow we will see another day with highs in the upper 80s, but the will be much expect a highs in the low 90s thursday, low to mid 90s